Hg2 : The Hedonist

A Hedonist’s guide to…

Tignes

Precision Ski
Precision Ski has four outlets in Tignes, and offer boots that really fit the, er, foot.
Côte Restaurant
Found in-house at the Levanna Hotel, Côte Restaurant offers French fare at its finest. Indulge!
Altitude Spa
A spa with, er, altitude; the in-house spa at the Hotel des Campanules offers facials, massages and a slew of other treatments to keep you you feeling fresh.
Restaurant d’altitude Le Panoramic
Restaurant d'altitude Le Panoramic may not offer the most salubrious surroundings, but by God is the food good.
The Loop Bar
The Loop Bar is all about apres-ski comfort, with plush chairs to sink into a casual crowd of cocktail-sippers.
TC’s Bar & Grill
TC's Bar & Grill stocks more different types of drinks than a ski bunny could ever get through in any one visit.
Melting Pot
The Melting Pot does exactly what it says on the tin with an eclectic music policy that has 'em queuing up outside.
Le Lavachet Lounge
Le Lavachet Lounge is a chic chill-out bar that caters to the apres-ski cocktail-loving crowd.
Le Blue Girl
Le Blue Girl is euro trash at its very best; expect pop and a crowd of lively revelers until very, very late.
Couloir
Couloir claims to be the home of live music in Tignes, and we're not inclined to argue.
Alpaka
Found at the Alpaka Lodge Hotel, those seeking an authentic Brit pub experience won't be disappointed. The cocktails aren't half bad here, either.
Le Bergerie
Le Bergerie is perfect for group dinners with long tables and a beautiful south-facing terrace that's great for sipping sundowners on.
La Ferme Des 3 Capucines
La Ferme Des 3 Capucines offers fabulous French fare in an authentic French farmhouse. What more could you want?
L’Escale Blanche
Beyond the steaks and pizzas, L'Escale Blanche is actually one of the resort's most interesting eateries with fabulous fondue on the menu.
L’Arbina
L'Arbina is a hotel that's a perfect place for languid lunches and decadent dinners.
The Diva
The Diva is the largest hotel in Tignes, and proves one and for all that size does matter.
Village Montana
Village Montana is like a mini village, comprising two hotels, chalets, four restaurants, two bars and two spas; if it wasn't for the slopes, there'd be no reason to leave.
Levanna
Levanna is one of the most convenient places to stay on the slopes, with 40 small but perfectly formed rooms.
Hotel L’Ecrin
Hotel L'Ecrin offers a resort-style experience just a snowball's throw away from the slopes.
Le Ski D’Or
Le Ski D'Or brings together style and substance just minutes from the slopes; superb views come part and parcel here.
Chalet Rosset
Following a refurbishment in 2007, Chalet Rosset has been given a new lease of life; indeed, it's a clean, comfortable place to catch forty winks.
Chalet Colinn
Get some peace and quiet at Chalet Colinn, with views out over the Tignes Dam and a remote location away from the town.
Campanules
Opened in the 1950s, Campanules has stood the test of time to be one of the resort's most established hotels.
L’Indochine
L'Indochine brings Chinese and Vietnamese cuisine to the slopes; from all-you-can eat buffets to fusion cooking, you're sure to find something that whets your appetite.

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